Wednesday, 20th of January, 2021

LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS

Christmas greeting
Instituto de Fundición Tabira / Tabira Foundry Institute
On behalf of the TABIRA Foundry Institute, it is our main wish you can all enjoy a healthy and...

Now available the WFO Global Foundry Report 2020 with information and perspectives on global foundry production
Instituto de Fundición Tabira / Tabira Foundry Institute
Accessible in our country exclusively through the Tabira Foundry Institute, the document contains...

PIEZAS Y RODAJES S.A. (PYRSA), new Associate Member Foundry to the Tabira Foundry Institute
Instituto de Fundición Tabira / Tabira Foundry Institute
PIEZAS Y RODAJES S.A. (PYRSA) becomes a new Associate Member of the Tabira Foundry Institute....

New World Foundry Organization 2021-2023 Strategic Plan
Instituto de Fundición Tabira / Tabira Foundry Institute
The partner companies of the Tabira Foundry Institute have received the details of the new WFO...

Incorporation and active Participation

The challenge pose by any technological advance and the aim of reaching top quality as far as products and processes are concerned are two of the most outstanding characteristics of the Tabira Foundrymen Institute members.

This technical initiative is integrated and counts with an active participation of the following key groups that form the Foundry Industry:

Incorporation and active Participation

  • Foundry industries

    Those industries whose activities are related to moulding, melting and pouring or with the different transformational processes of the metallic materials.

  • Materials and equipment supplier

    Companies that supply raw materials, equipments or cast components, along with machining centres, heat treatment centres, model makers...

  • Cast components consumers

    Companies that design or use cast components.

  • Technical, R&D centres, and professionals

    Study and training centres, as well as individual members and technical professionals involved in transformational processes of metallic materials, foundries and the like.

The fact of integrating these groups within the same project is new and really practical; it is no doubt a way of establishing stronger and more stable working frames that those currently available.